Five Years Ahead of My Time: Garage Rock from the 1950s to the Present




      Five Years Ahead of My Time: Garage Rock from the 1950s to the Present
Five Years Ahead of My Time Garage Rock from the 1950s to the Present tells of a musical phenomenon whose continuing influence on global popular culture is immeasurable The story begins in 1950s America, when classic rock n roll was reaching middle age, and teenaged musicians kept its primal rawness going with rough hewn instrumentals, practicing guitar riffs in their parents garages In the mid 1960s came the Beatles and the British Invasion, and soon every neighborhood had its own garage band Groups like the Sonics and 13th Floor Elevators burnt brightly but briefly, only to be rediscovered by a new generation of connoisseurs in the 1970s Numerous compilation albums followed, spearheaded by Lenny Kaye s iconic Nuggets, which resulted in garage rock s rebirth during the 1980s and 90s Be it the White Stripes or the Black Keys, bands have consistently found inspiration in the simplicity and energy of garage rock It is a revitalizing force, looking back to the past to forge the future of rock n roll And this, for the first time, is its story. Best Read [ Five Years Ahead of My Time: Garage Rock from the 1950s to the Present ] by [ Seth Bovey ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Five Years Ahead of My Time: Garage Rock from the 1950s to the Present
  • Seth Bovey
  • 13 February 2017
  • 178914065X

10 thoughts on “ Five Years Ahead of My Time: Garage Rock from the 1950s to the Present

  1. Ron says:

    As bass player for the Potato Famine 1966 69 I was immediately attracted to this book The writing itself is brilliant What I enjoyed most was the author s analysis of specific styles and sounds of typical music as it evolved from the instrumental combo sound to surf hot rod rock and various forms of pop music Loved the origin story of Louie Louie I d only heard vague rumors til now He does cover the British Invasion a bit Readers interested on the development of the UK scene should As bass player for the Potato Famine 1966 69 I was immediately attracted to this book The writing itself is brilliant What I enjoyed most was the author s analysis of specific styles and sounds of typical music as it evolved from the instrumental combo sound to surf hot rod rock and various forms of pop music Loved the origin story of Louie Louie I d only heard vague rumors til now He does cover the British Invasion a bit Readers interested on the development of the UK scene should read Mo Foster s PLAY LIKE ELVIS Also liked his discussion on the sound of the Beatles vs the Rolling Stones and the evolution of psychedelic rock I was constantly surprised by songs bands that were included Syndicate of Sound, The Rivieras and many influential early bands I d never heard of But I was also surprised at what...

  2. Alan says:

    Five Years Ahead of My Time Garage Rock from the 1950s to the Present tells of a musical phenomenon whose continuing influence on global popular culture is immeasurable.The story begins in 1950s America, when classic rock n roll was reaching middle age, and teenaged musicians kept its primal rawness going with rough hewn instrumentals, practicing guitar riffs in their parents garages In the mid 1960s came the Beatles and the British Invasion, and soon every neighborhood had its own garageFive Years Ahead of My Time Garage Rock from the 1950s to the Present tells of a musical phenomenon whose continuing influence on global popular culture is immeasurable.The story begins in 1950s America, when classic ro...

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